This misnamed maze features a lot of bezier curves and two elliptic bites taken out of the sides.

Without exiting the maze area, can you get from one dot to the other?

This misnamed maze features a lot of bezier curves and two elliptic bites taken out of the sides.

Without exiting the maze area, can you get from one dot to the other?

With more swirls and curls, this maze is my first to have lines behind the path which don’t affect the path.

Can you swirl your way in one entrance and out the other?

Can you escape Crete? Travel from the dot (Palace of Knossos) to the arrow (Heraklion port) to escape the minotaur!

Several countries are actively in the process of legalizing marijuana, so perhaps that’s why I got a request for a bong maze!

In one opening and out the other!

We interrupt our regularly scheduled program… for a wolf!

There are two dots near the wolf’s nose which represent secondary goals. If you skip those, it’s easy to travel from arrow to arrow!

Here’s stage two of the maze from last week. This one is a bit more difficult than last week, but not as difficult as next week!

Busy busy busy recently and the maze per week deadline says hellooo every week! Strange that!

Enjoy this easy one while you can! I plan to make a super complex maze based on this one, so get ready for that next week!!

Enter the ski lift on the left, exit the ski slope on the right… You can only travel up the lifts and down the slopes. Sorry, no backtracking! 🙂

Solution below!

From dot to dot, easy as pie.

From dot to dot, easy if you remember the original path.

From dot to dot, wait I thought it would be easy.

From dot to dot?

Tune in next week for an insane version!

This maze features nice curvy lines made with bezier curves and then some straight lines which make the maze just a bit trickier to solve.

Travel on white paths from dot to dot in upper left and lower right corners.

Travel from the top left corner and reach the dotted areas in ascending order of quantity. For an extra challenge, do so without crossing your path!

The background image was taken by Becca M, and its license means this maze is CC licensed.

Can you *complete* the maze? If you do, tweet your version if you’d like me to post it!